I never thought I would hear about a robbery at a Subway Restaurant, yet alone a robber dressed as a ghost. In Braidwood, Ill., a man dressed as a ghost, demanded a female sandwich artist open the register. Her coworker came to the rescue and threw soup on the poltergeist.
He then left Subway without any cash, only his soup-stained pride.
Maybe next time try dressing up like the Terminator or something a little more intimidating, LOL
Children Scarred for Life
Some children were scarred for life Nottingham after families going to see what they thought was Madagascar 3, but accidentally saw Paranormal Activity 4.
Even I haven’t seen that movie, just so scary. Apparently it opens with a really creepy scene where a ghost flies toward the screen. Needless to say, all the children ran out of the theatre, families in tow.
I can’t stop laughing about this. I am a terrible person LOL.
Moose in headlights?
As if seeing a deer on the road isn’t scary enough, how about a moose. An RCMP officer was in his cruiser in British Columbia, when a moose climbed onto the car.
The moose just picked a fight with the cruiser for no reason. It kicked the bumper, windshield and broke a window.
The officer was fine, the report didn’t say he sh*t his pants, but he probably did. I would’ve.
Drugs are bad mmkay?
If Mr. Mackey from South Park, can’t convince you drugs are bad, this story might. A New Jersey man, high on PCP, decided he would try and steal a car, naked. He failed, and was taken to jail. In jail, he bit off his own finger and swallowed it.
I think that needs to be repeated. In jail, he bit off his own finger and swallowed it.
He must’ve been really hungry. Drugs are bad mmkay?
Real life wanna-be-cannibal
There’s a new case developing in NYC where an officer has been accused of compiling a list of women he wanted to kidnap, cook, and eat.
Did I mention he is an officer? Why would you ever wanna do that? Yet alone, make a list?
Apparently he had a lot of women on the lists, some he even followed at their homes and workplaces.
It’s official, I’m never sleeping again.
In surprisingly unsurprising news of the day, Kesha revealed to Ryan Seacrest on KIIS FM she recently had a trippy supernatural encounter. A sexual encounter.
Instead of warding off the ghost with mint leaves and energy-flowing crystals, the “Tik Tok” singer apparently had sex with the invisible force. She said: “I also have this song called “Supernatural.” It’s about experiences with the supernatural … but in a sexy way … I had a couple experiences with the supernatural … I don’t know his name! He was a ghost! I’m very open to it.”
You can listen to a preview of the song below. Her new album Warrior will be out on Nov. 30. We also narrowed down some candidates of possible ghosts Kesha had sex with:
Patrick Swayze in Ghost
Slimer in Ghostbusters
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If you haven’t had your fill of “Paranormal Activity,” the creators of the popular films will deliver the third installment, Paranormal Activity 3 by next year’s Halloween as reported by TheWrap.com
The original Paranormal Activity became widely successful due to its realism and the grueling suspense that builds throughout the film. The first film grossed $193 million worldwide. The film, which was shot with an extremely low budget, profited greatly. Though I haven’t had a chance to see the second film it has earned $156 million since its release on Oct. 22. The budget for the second film was only a mere $3 million.
The creators of the franchise have obviously found a clever investment. They make these films for relatively cheap and end up profiting substantially. The horror films are possibly the most minimal ever. They rely on cliche genre conventions and pure human psychology to scare people.
I think many of the fans even buy into the story lines. They have that realist aesthetic that draw on the “real” ghost story specials that are played on channels like A&E everyday.
Maybe people are just tired of the same old horror film; the one with excessive amounts of blood and CGI monsters. Honestly, these films give young filmmakers hope. It doesn’t seem too difficult a task to conjure up a “Paranormal Activity-esque” idea and film it in your own home. The films are running on the same popularity as The Blair Witch Project, but fortunately the “Paranormal Activity” sequels are successful, unlike The Blair Witch Project 2: Book of Shadows.
The third film will apparently pick up where the second one left off. So, fans of “Paranormal Activity” you’ll only have to dwell on that cliffhanger for about a year.